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Remove the Roadblocks to Forgiveness

My View of Forgiveness I like to think of forgiveness as a winding road over rough terrain. Along the way, we encounter obstacles that may deter us, force us to turn back, or make us more determined than ever to … Continue reading

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Why Is It So Hard to Forgive?

Today, we begin our series on forgiveness with more questions than answers. For the next 40 days, I will be posting on this topic Monday through Friday, with time off over the weekends to recharge my batteries. So, let’s get … Continue reading

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Start Now and Just Do It!

Jack Canfield’s Success Principle #63 Don’t let your fears hold you back. So many survivors of abuse and trauma let their fears hold them back, and they never even try to achieve their dreams. Oliver Wendell Holmes, former U.S. Supreme … Continue reading

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Give More to Get More

Jack Canfield’s Success Principle #61 Jack writes some things in today’s lesson that really bother me. In the first paragraph, he says, “By tithing regularly, you, too, can put into motion God’s universal force, bringing you continual abundance.” My concern … Continue reading

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To Spend More, First Make More

Jack Canfield’s Success Principle #60 If we’re going to overcome as survivors of abuse or trauma, we must work hard to first provide for our basic needs. When we’re no longer worrying about physical or financial survival, we can focus … Continue reading

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You Get What You Focus On

Jack Canfield’s Success Principle #57 If we don’t place value on money and seek it, we won’t receive it. Many of us survived abuse, but we still carry around such poor self-esteem that we don’t believe that we deserve to … Continue reading

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Releasing Our Past

Jack Canfield’s Success Principle #56 I am splitting up this principle and presenting the second half of it first. Tomorrow, I will go back and share Jack’s thoughts about how to develop a positive money consciousness. For today, I want … Continue reading

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Be a Class Act

Jack Canfield’s Success Principle #55 A successful person acts with class and attracts other people who also have class into his sphere of influence. In today’s society of mediocrity, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to pinpoint individuals such as these. What … Continue reading

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